Joel Micka raised to 105,000 from middle position and his only caller was Andrey Shatilov out of the big blind.
The duo both checked their options on a flop of . Shatilov then check-called 160,000 when the hit the turn. The rivered and Shatilov checked for a third time. Micka moved 385,000 into the center and Shatilov announced a call.
Micka rolled up for top two and Shatilov mucked his hand. This hand brings Micka's stack to about 5.3 million.
Jerry Wong opened from early position to 100,000 and Ryan Fair called. Yann Dion three-bet to 340,000 only to have Wong come right back over the top for 850,000. Fair got out of the way and Dion followed suit, awarding Wong the pot.
Ryan Fair opened to 125,000 from under the gun and received calls from Dimitar Danchev and Jerry Wong on the button. The trio took in and Fair checked. Danchev bet 230,000 and Wong flat called. Fair got out of the way and the came on the turn. Danchev checked and Wong fired 250,000. Danchev tossed away his hand at the sight of a fourth spade and Wong took down the pot.
Joel Micka opened to 105,000 from the hijack and Ryan Fair popped it up to 255,000 from the next seat over. It folded back to Micka and he flat called.
The flop had miles of heart as it fell . Micka checked and Fair continued for 325,000. Micka called to see the hit the turn. Both players checked and watched as a fourth heart - the - completed the board on the river. Micka checked and Fair slid out 450,000. Micka decided to throw out a check-raise and suddenly Fair was looking at a bet of 1.1 million. Fair called and Micka showed for the nuts. Fair mucked and Micka dragged in the massive pot.
Owen Crowe made it 115,000 from middle position and Jerry Wong three-bet to 250,000. Action folded back around to Crowe and he slid out 515,000. Wong called and the two took a flop.
The dealer fanned and Crowe continued for 305,000. Wong called and the turn brought the . Crowe kept up his aggression and sent 715,000 into the middle. Wong released his hand and Crowe was awarded the pot.
Owen Crowe popped it up to 115,000 from the hijack. His lone caller was Joel Micka from the small blind and the two saw fall. Micka check-called a bet of 115,000 and the hit fourth street.
Micka check-called once again but this time it was for 265,000. The board completed with the . Micka checked for a third time and Crowe pushed out 280,000. Micka called and Crowe tabled for queens and jacks. Micka mucked and Crowe dragged in the pot.